Don’t get your hopes up if you’re waiting for a version of Flash to appear for use in the new Android Chrome Beta. Adobe’s Flash blog has just updated us on the issue, reminding everyone that it’s now stopped developing the mobile versions of Flash. So if you need flash in a browser, use the standard browser pre-loaded on your phone, is the advice.
This, in fact, is some of the advice from Adobe…
Today Google introduced Chrome for Android Beta. As we announced last November, Adobe is no longer developing Flash Player for mobile browsers, and thus Chrome for Android Beta does not support Flash content. Flash Player continues to be supported within the current Android browser.
…which is just a fancy way of saying “no” to the people that will be asking for Flash support within Android Chrome, from now until… forever.
So don’t go cluttering Adobe’s comments sections up with your questions. It’s washed its hands of the whole Android love affair.